Apple Works On Worldwide iCloud Music Rights

By  at Saturday, October 01, 2011  

Apple is planning to have worldwide security on iCloud music rights.Now Apples legal team works on this issue in order to catch the worldwide security on iCloud music rights as soon as possible to get it for October 4th’s iPhone event , as Apple seeks to launce iCloud to the public by that date and wants to get the full security on iCloud to release it.

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According to Cent :

Apple said that only music bought "from iTunes" can be transferred to the cloud and shared with other devices--a fact that may limit iCloud's allure for music aficionados who have transferred gigabytes of music from legally purchased CDs to their computers. Apple's answer to that is "iTunes Match," which allows users to store their "entire collection," including music ripped from CDs, on iCloud servers for $24.99 a year.

According to CNET report , the deal will include countries like Germany, France, and the United Kingdom ,But till now nothing is clear about that deal and there is no any official signs.

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